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Live Life Get Active, a not for profit health promotion aimed at addressing the health issues of everyday Australians, continues to thrive and prosper, now with the support of the Sharks community arm Sharks Have Heart.

Operating since 2014, with over 72,000 members and 140 locations nationally, Live Life Get Active provides free boxing, x-training and yoga in local parks across the country.

Live Life Get Active CEO, Amanda King, was thrilled to be able to announce Sharks Have Heart had formed a relationship with what is a significant charity organisation and community initiative.

"Live Life Get Active is extremely excited to be part of the Sharks Have Heart program,” King said. “We love to work with organisations who really care about the health and happiness of their communities and we look forward to growing the collaborative relationship we have with the Sharks over the coming year.”

Sharks NRL star Jack Williams, himself a qualified personal trainer and healthy living advocate, was a special guest recently at a Live Life Get Active session at Don Lucas Reserve near Wanda Beach and was impressed by what he saw.

“It’s great that people of all fitness levels can take part in what is a free fitness session, held outdoors and in the fresh air and with qualified trainers,” Williams said. “Everyone seemed to be right into the session, getting something out of it and enjoying the health benefits.”

Live Life Get Active is available to all adults over 18 and is completely free of charge.

A “whole of community” initiative, the program provides social connection, camaraderie, support and friendship, irrespective of cultural background, demography or age.

A not for profit health promotion charity, Live Life Get Active is aimed at addressing the health issues of everyday Australians, including diabetes, poor mental health and obesity.

All equipment is supplied and varied session plans are overseen by highly qualified personal trainers.

Those interested in joining up and participating in the free, Sharks Have Heart and Woolooware Bay supported, Live Life Get Active program, can go to the website, register and book into the classes, with no restriction on the number of sessions.  (CLICK HERE) 

For the Don Lucas Reserve Cronulla sessions, CLICK HERE 

The Cronulla Camp at Don Lucas Reserve has been running since 2014, with classes starting at 9:30am weekdays. (During the school terms - 40 weeks of the year).

Upon registration a FREE tailored nutritional plan is also provided.

The local Live Life Get Active sessions enjoy funding support from Sharks Have Heart and their Platinum partner Woolooware Bay.

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.